The Renegade Queen (Rebellious Times Book 1), by Eva Flynn. (Still 0.99?)
"A really well-written book about a heroine, and time period, I am not very familiar with. So, besides a very entertaining read, I got to see a glimpse of a historical figure who is little-known to the general public, and was unknown to me. What a fascinating person Victoria Woodhull was. And this book, based on a real person and filled with historical figures, never felt like a history lesson, but more of an in-depth look at an American heroine. It also showed a side of Susan B. Anthony that many of us have never seen before." -- Amazon Reviewer
330 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 37 reviews.
Sleeper Protocol, by Kevin Ikenberry. (Still 0.99?)
"This was a fun read! I think of it as a military sci-fi psychological thriller. The author did a great job getting into the head of the main character and weaving in the intrigue with the futuristic technology. Questions of identity, motivation, and purpose kept me turning pages. Add to that the looming threat of alien invasion, and the short-sided opposition from powerful political figures, and the story maintained an edge of delicious tension." -- Amazon Reviewer
305 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 22 reviews.
Hyde: an Urban Fantasy, by Lauren Stewart. (Still free?)
"This book was a breath of fresh air. I absolutely love paranormal romances: vampires, weres, demons, etc... I've never read something like this before though. It's hard to come across good reads that are creative and original - the likes of something I've not read before, but Lauren does it! This spin on the "Jekyll and Hyde" concept makes for such a fresh, suspenseful romance. This book could've been written wrong... but Lauren Stewart did it right." -- Amazon Reviewer
378 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 385 reviews.
The Russian Renaissance (The Sokolov Saga Book 1), by Ian Kharitonov. (Still free?)
"There are plenty of action/spy thrillers out there, and soon they all begin to feel the same. Not this one! It's a great read that really stands out from the crowd. Plenty of twists and turns involving global conspiracies, exotic locations and a dose of Russian history. the two main characters are brothers who really care about each other and they are both forced to battle a sinister international plot. The Russian Renaissance is a thoroughly enjoyable book and I can't wait for the next Sokolov adventure." -- Amazon Reviewer
499 pages, with a 4.2-star rating from 42 reviews.
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